May 10, 2024
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Help you and your community save water!  As western Florida’s drought conditions continue, Pasco County Utilities urges reclaimed water customers to voluntarily limit watering to once a week.  We encourage you to follow the newly implemented irrigation schedule for reclaimed water irrigation customers.

“The lack of rainfall is straining Pasco’s reclaimed water supply and conservation is key to maximizing our supply,” says Pasco County Utilities Director David Allen.  “By switching to once-a-week irrigation, more reclaimed water customers will be able to irrigate and maintain their landscapes, as well.”

Beginning May 15, 2024, and until further notice, you should reset your irrigation controllers to the new one-day-per-week watering schedule.  It’s important to water only between Midnight and 8 a.m., only on your new designated day and only once on that day.

New Reclaimed Water Schedule

If your house number ends in:

Water on this day only:

0-1

Monday

2-3

Tuesday

4-5

Wednesday

6-7

Thursday

8-9

Friday

Mixed address or no address

Friday

 

Year-round irrigation for potable, well and surface water customers remains in place in Pasco County between 6 p.m. and 8 a.m.

Anyone needing assistance with resetting their irrigation controller should email SaveH2O@MyPasco.net. Additional tips for outdoor water conservation and efficiency are available at bit.ly/PascoLawn.  Visit PascoCountyUtilities.com for more information about Pasco County Utilities services.